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AAP: The 'Secular' Brigade ...

The 'Secular' story, in Pictures ...

Je Baat!
Yes, I am also a Hindu!
Need your support, Bhai Jaan!
Even my AAP Cap is 'Secular'
In Deep Thoughts - will it work?
Closer Home! 
At a 'Secular' Rally!
Another 'Secular' Rally!
All possible Colours of Secularism!
Guaranteed!

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